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space IS FUN
Subject: Just a dream, never fadeaway dream
This is a new source and is very crisp, it is missing the encore, an dthe best of the ones posted. I was at this show and this is one of my favorite shows ever.What an aspicious day the 30th of March has always been for the GD.This shows features on of my favorite show openers, HC Sunshine> Stranger follwed by Jack-a- Roe which is high energy and well played by all. The rest of the set is excellent and then we get the total surprise of New Speedway, this may be one of the best later versions. Jerry nails all the vocals and the band raises to the occasion. They finish on all cylinders with Promised Land. The Scarlet> Fire is very jubilant and again some great playing, which seque ways in to PITB, a nice focused version that flows very nicely into the last Dark Star. We only get the first verse but it is a good verision, more cerebral than spacey jamming. Jerry clearly teases Comes a Time at the end before going into drums, now that would have been perfect. The DS space this entire run are noteworthy and quite good. Bravlove samples some monk chanting to create the mood which is very cool. The end of the set is a powerhouse with a rockin' Miracle into a sublime and majestic Stella Blue, that is the highlight of the show.Jerry's beautiful ending is remarkable. Bob rocks out on a raved up Sugar Magnolia which has a killer SSDD.